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Flights to Godofredo P. Ramos Airport, Philippines from the United States range from about 19h-54h. Your precise flight time will depend on several factors. While your departure city may affect your flight, your airline and the number and length of any stopovers are what will either put your flight on the shorter or longer end of the range. If you depart from any major international airport via an airline that regularly flies into Godofredo P. Ramos Airport, you’re most likely to have as quick of a flight as possible.
Unfortunately, there are no direct flights to Godofredo P. Ramos Airport from airports in the United States. If your nearest international airport services airlines that regularly fly into Godofredo P. Ramos Airport, you can likely cut back on having multiple stopovers. It may also be faster for you to fly into a larger airport in Philippines. For example, Philippines Airlines provides daily direct flights to Manila from Los Angeles International Airport. Travelers flying out of LAX can book a direct flight to Manila and then a short flight to Godofredo P. Ramos Airport, which may help save time and money. You can expect to experience stopovers in cities like New York, Washington, D.C., Tokyo, Shanghai, and Manila, all common for routes to Godofredo P. Ramos Airport.
If you’re flying into Godofredo P. Ramos Airport in Caticlan from the United States, you’re likely heading to one of the Philippine’s best-loved tourist spots, Boracay, to begin a wonderful vacation. To reach Boracay from the airport, you’ll have to exit the airport and head to ground transportation. You can take either a shuttle from a local company or a covered tricycle taxi to Caticlan Jetty. The shuttle will cost a bit more than a tricycle but will take you directly to the jetty, while you’ll have to transfer to another tricycle en route. It will take about 10-15 minutes to reach Caticlan Jetty from the airport. Once at the jetty, you can choose which ferry you prefer to take to Boracay – either a pump boat for about $4 or an Oyster Ferry for about $5.25. Both prices include mandatory environmental and terminal fees. The ferry will take about 10 minutes to reach Boracay, at which point you can take a tricycle taxi or a multi-cab to your destination on the island.
Boracay is a gorgeous island with plenty of activities to enjoy. Head to Ariel’s Point and go cliff diving into the azure sea and enjoy unlimited barbecue and drinks at the onsite buffet afterwards. Take a guided hike along the Nabaoy River and its surrounding jungle. Go zip-lining over Boracay, parallel to the stunning Lapuz-Lapuz Beach.
U.S. citizens need a valid passport when flying to the Philippines, although a visa is not required for visits under 90 days.